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"Create a New Account" does not work

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hlederhaas, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. hlederhaas

    hlederhaas Member

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    hello,

    i've installed whm 10.8.0 - cpanel 10.8.2-R119 on SuSE 10.
    I configured all and it looks ok, all services are running.

    But when i try to Create a New Account in whm it say "Account Creation Complete!!!" but i can't see any account and i get no error message at all.

    where can i look why he doesn't create new accounts (web or reseller)?

    thnx
    Horst
     
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    when you try to create account, wath the cpanel error log. and paste here.
     
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    hi

    thats the problem, there is nothing in the error log!
    he says successfull created the account but there is nothing :(
     
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    login to whm

    software > Install a Perl Module > and type "Net::Aim" .

    try after.
     
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    disable NSCD

    i had the same problem.

    using "strace" i found out that it was the nscd that was causing the problem!!

    i disabled NSCD (which had been enabled 1-2 days ago) and the problem was solved!!!

    so, if you use fedora
    run /etc/init.d/nscd stop
    and use chkconfig --levels 345 nscd off

    or, disabled passwd/group cache in /etc/nscd.conf

    Aris
     
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